Bronzeville est un quartier du South Side de la ville de Chicago aux États-Unis. Très peuplé dans la première moitié du XXe siècle, il s'étend sur une vaste zone géographique de la ville (secteurs de Douglas, Grand Boulevard et Washington Park). L'ensemble du quartier est un ghetto, peuplé exclusivement d'Afro-Américains. Du temps fordiste, ce quartier était industriel et ses habitants le nommait avec fierté « Bronzeville », selon la couleur de peau des Noirs la plus courante aux États-Unis.

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  • Bronzeville est un quartier du South Side de la ville de Chicago aux États-Unis. Très peuplé dans la première moitié du XXe siècle, il s'étend sur une vaste zone géographique de la ville (secteurs de Douglas, Grand Boulevard et Washington Park). L'ensemble du quartier est un ghetto, peuplé exclusivement d'Afro-Américains. Du temps fordiste, ce quartier était industriel et ses habitants le nommait avec fierté « Bronzeville », selon la couleur de peau des Noirs la plus courante aux États-Unis.
  • Black Metropolis-Bronzeville District or simply Bronzeville is a historic district in the Douglas community area of Chicago in Cook County, Illinois, United States. It includes nine structures that were accorded the Chicago Landmark designation on September 9, 1998. These buildings are Overton Hygienic Building, Chicago Bee Building, Wabash Avenue YMCA, Chicago Defender Building, Unity Hall, Eighth Regiment Armory, Sunset Cafe, Victory Monument, and Supreme Life Building. Six of these were each individually added to the National Register of Historic Places as a multiple property submission on April 30, 1986. They are not a U.S. Registered historic district however. These six are the Overton Hygienic Building, Chicago Bee Building, Wabash Avenue YMCA, Unity Hall, Eighth Regiment Armory, and Victory Monument. In addition, South Side Community Art Center, which has been accorded Chicago Landmark status, is in this district. The neighborhood encompasses the land between the Dan Ryan Expressway to the west, Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive to the East, 31st Street to the north and Pershing Road (39th street) to the south.
  • Bronzeville, ABD'nin Şikago şehrinin Douglas kesiminde bulunan bir yerleşim yeridir. Illinois Institute of Technology ve Illinois College of Optometry gibi önemli eğitim merkezlerine yakın bir Güney Şikago(en) yerleşkesidir. Şikago'da bulunan yeşil ve kırmızı hatlardaki raylı sistemle bu bölgeye ulaşılabilir.20. yüzyılın başlarında Bronzeville Black Metropolis olarak bilinmekteydi. 1910-1920 yılları arasındaki göçlerle bölgede yaşayan Afrikalı Amerikan sayısı dikkate değer bir biçimde arttı. Bölgeden birçok ünlü bilimadamı, sporcu, müzisyen ve sanatçı çıkmıştır.
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  • Bronzeville est un quartier du South Side de la ville de Chicago aux États-Unis. Très peuplé dans la première moitié du XXe siècle, il s'étend sur une vaste zone géographique de la ville (secteurs de Douglas, Grand Boulevard et Washington Park). L'ensemble du quartier est un ghetto, peuplé exclusivement d'Afro-Américains. Du temps fordiste, ce quartier était industriel et ses habitants le nommait avec fierté « Bronzeville », selon la couleur de peau des Noirs la plus courante aux États-Unis.
  • Bronzeville, ABD'nin Şikago şehrinin Douglas kesiminde bulunan bir yerleşim yeridir. Illinois Institute of Technology ve Illinois College of Optometry gibi önemli eğitim merkezlerine yakın bir Güney Şikago(en) yerleşkesidir. Şikago'da bulunan yeşil ve kırmızı hatlardaki raylı sistemle bu bölgeye ulaşılabilir.20. yüzyılın başlarında Bronzeville Black Metropolis olarak bilinmekteydi. 1910-1920 yılları arasındaki göçlerle bölgede yaşayan Afrikalı Amerikan sayısı dikkate değer bir biçimde arttı.
  • Black Metropolis-Bronzeville District or simply Bronzeville is a historic district in the Douglas community area of Chicago in Cook County, Illinois, United States. It includes nine structures that were accorded the Chicago Landmark designation on September 9, 1998. These buildings are Overton Hygienic Building, Chicago Bee Building, Wabash Avenue YMCA, Chicago Defender Building, Unity Hall, Eighth Regiment Armory, Sunset Cafe, Victory Monument, and Supreme Life Building.
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